Baltimore, Maryland

Ideal for: City Slickers, History Buffs, Sports Fans

  • Named for Lord Baltimore (Cecilius Calvert) in the Irish House of Lords, Baltimore is Maryland's largest city. The city was also once a major trading hub and is the birthplace of the American railroad.
  • Situated in the city’s harbor, Fort McHenry not only defended Baltimore during the War of 1812, it is also where Francis Scott Key penned the American national anthem.
  • Baltimore’s historic waterfront neighborhood of Fell’s Point was once the second largest point of immigration after Ellis Island.
Loading search results
Loading ...